[New E360 Webinar] Time to Retrofit Racks? Go Digital!
|Ani Jayanth | Director, Product Marketing
Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions
Join us for our next E360 Webinar, “Utilizing Digital Retrofits to Achieve Capacity Modulation” on Tuesday, September 26 at 2 p.m. EDT / 11 a.m. PDT.
Many supermarket retailers today are faced with the prospect of retrofitting their existing refrigeration systems to utilize lower global warming potential refrigerants. While complying with regulations and deploying environmentally friendly systems may be the primary reasons for the retrofit, retailers are also seizing the opportunity to upgrade their systems to provide improved energy efficiencies, tighter setpoints and greater reliability. The integration of a digital compressor in an existing rack — known as a digital retrofit — is becoming an increasingly effective way of achieving these objectives.
Our next E360 Webinar, entitled Utilizing Digital Retrofits to Achieve Capacity Modulation, will explore the potential of digital retrofits. Hosted by Emerson’s Chris Raffel, lead application engineer, the webinar will take a closer look at the digital compression technology behind the architecture and explain how it provides the capacity modulation to greatly improve system efficiencies.
This informative webinar will take place on Tuesday, September 26 at 2 p.m. EDT / 11 a.m. PDT. Attendees will learn about the many operational benefits of digital retrofits, including:
- Reduced compressor cycling for increased system reliability
- True load matching capabilities
- Tighter setpoints for precise case temperatures
- Significantly higher energy efficiencies than other capacity modulation methods
Chris will also present actual case studies of supermarkets whose digital retrofits achieved measurable energy efficiencies, tighter suction pressures and less food spoilage.
To learn how digital retrofits can provide these benefits in your supermarket, register now for this timely E360 Webinar on Tuesday, September 26 at 2 p.m. EDT / 11 a.m. PDT.